stories and illustration

Reflections in the Shed Window

There it is, in the background, my studio, aka The Tardis, and the poles for the runner beans; but what is not reflected is that washing line, high up above the garden, where the clothes are pulled up by ropes, and whip out in the wind. This is, apparently, a form of line constructed from those who have been in the navy. Tony was working in the merchant navy when he was 15, the boat had to be fettled and they were in Venice for a fortnight……

Portsmouth is apparently full of these washing lines..

February 19, 2023 - Posted by | Art, Photography, Uncategorized | , , , ,


  1. After picturing the Tardis in my imagination for a couple of years now, it’s fun to see it!

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    Comment by Tokens of Companionship | February 19, 2023 | Reply

    • Small, and perfectly formed. And at the moment full of bird food. After Easter, I hope to be back in my natural surroundings. You can tell how long it is since I tuned in, Brad, as I haven’t replied before. Hope all is well with you. I shall be catching up with everything soon, I hope.

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      Comment by Cara Lockhart Smith | March 25, 2023 | Reply

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